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  1. Hello everyone, I've just recently installed OS X 10.4.3 and am using a X800XL card with John Koverg's patch. Although the card itself works, the "System Information" utility doesn't recognize it as being manufactured by ATI. As such, the ATI Displays software will not work and I can't modify the AA/AF settings. My question is this: is there any way in Mac OS X Intel to modify either global or application-specific AA/AF without using the ATI Displays utility? For example, is there a file that I can modify to get 4x AA and 8x AF? My apologies if the answer is somewhere around here. If it is, kindly give me the link to the topic. Thanks in advance, David
  2. X700 and other PCIE ATI Radeon finally work

    I also tried the Warcraft III demo and it works perfectly. Marble Blast - the PowerPC version that came with my Mac Mini - also works and doesn't leave a funny mouse cursor at the end. Viewing presentations in the PPC version of iWork '05 ends up f'ing up the mouse cursor. Once again, just some observations. But kudos to Koverg for making this possible!
  3. X700 and other PCIE ATI Radeon finally work

    I'm running the patch on a 3.0 GHz desktop P4 and it works for me.
  4. X700 and other PCIE ATI Radeon finally work

    First of all, I just want to say that this is absolutely AWESOME work - you would not believe how long I've wanted to use my X800XL AGP. Anways, I've been running the patch on 10.4.3 and there are a couple of things I have noticed aside from mouse tearing and the common issues: 1) PowerPC games don't seem to render correctly. Intel/Universal Binary ones do, however (i.e. Gangland and THPS4 do not render correctly, but Enigmo and NoLimits Rollercoaster do). 2) After exiting any game the completely scribbled mouse seems to appear (except for chess). It seems to have something to do with games changing the cursor. I have tried disabling Beam Sync and enabling 2D extreme, but I'm pretty confident that it doesn't make a difference. Just a couple of quick thoughts that may or may not lead to anything, but I'm quite impressed with your work - keep it up!
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